Dr. Anthony Meo is a graduate of the University of Windsor where he received his Bachelor of Human Kinetics – Honours Movement Science degree in June of 2005. He subsequently began his studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where he graduated with a Doctorate degree in Chiropractic in June of 2009. Upon completion of his studies, the graduate of Holy Names High School returned home to his native Essex County to begin his professional career.
He now owns two clinics, and is the team chiropractor for the University of Windsor Lancers Varsity Soccer teams, as well as the Sandwich Sabres High School Football teams. Dr. Meo is currently an active member in good standing with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, both the Ontario and Canadian Chiropractic Associations, and the Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association.
In addition to becoming an Ideal Protein® weight loss coach, Dr. Meo is trained in various treatment techniques including manual spinal adjusting techniques, medical acupuncture, myofascial (muscle) release techniques (MRT), custom foot orthotics prescription and fitting, Kinesiotaping® the Activator Methods® adjusting technique, rehabilitative exercise prescription, and is a certification as a Golf Fitness Instructor from the Titleist Performance Institute.
Away from the clinic, Dr. Meo has always and continues to lead a very active lifestyle, both personally and within the community. A former captain of the University of Windsor Men’s Varsity Soccer team, Dr. Meo continues to play, and is also an avid golfer and participates in a variety of local recreational sporting leagues.
David Rossi is one of Performance Health’s certified Ideal Protein® weight loss coaches. He has lost over 180 lbs on the Ideal Protein® protocol but more importantly, he has kept the weight off! David is originally from Windsor, ON and a graduate of Wayne State University. He has been active in the soccer community serving as a coach for numerous teams and clubs, including serving as an assistant coach for the women’s program at the University of Windsor.
David is currently on staff at Brock University in St. Catharine’s and was part of the coaching staff that led the Brock Badgers to their only appearance at the National Championship tournament earning a Silver medal in Kelowna, BC.